Fire resistant doors and gates prevent the spread of fire, and are an essential part of any fire protection system.
Performance must be proved by passing regular tests.
Installation needs to be professional and accurate.
Maintenance must be ongoing and thorough.
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Fireproof security doors from fireproof door suppliers are constructed from electro-galvanized metal sheet. The door leaf covering and internal composition are both of fireproof material. The frame has an additional embedded false frame, with full perimeter rubber gasket sealing. Additional features include an automatic door bottom seal, latch regulator, and heavy adjustable hinges. The lock has three keys plus a construction key.
Fire metal doors are resistant to an open flame for 60 minutes. The door comprises a frame and canvas – the frame is made from metal sheet folded around an insulating material. The rigid frame forms the casing. Around the perimeter of the door is thermos sealing tape, which fills the gap between the door and the frame. Steel door suppliers will provide all necessary licenses and certificates guarantee these doors.
Sliding fire doors suppliers offer thin walled steel profiles with individual door segments. The door post and header are lined with an intumescent insulation material. The sliding mechanism can be adjusted vertically or horizontally, and the individual leaves can slide to the left or the right, according to the building layout. Additional features include doors with door sills, escape doors without sills, and special panic doors without sills.
Vertically moving fire doors have individual segments, securely combined into a compact door leaf. The thin-walled steel profiles have an uninterrupted thermal bridge. The door post and headers are also lined with an insulation material. The doors can be ordered from a fireproof door manufacturer with smoke-proofing as an option, and with or without a motor.
Sectional fire doors are composed of individual horizontal sections, maintaining a low lintel whilst keeping a high fire resistance. The individual sections of the gate are connected by steel hinges. Each section is manufactured from thin-walled steel profiles and covered with fire-resistant boards and zinc plated sheets. When connected the sections form a single compact door leaf. Fire door manufactures can provide versions with full vertical movement, and for standard and enhanced lintels.
Swing, draw, or lower...
Sliding fire gates are intended to fill apertures in fire barriers. They’re installed in fire walls and partitions in buildings such as car parks, store rooms, and construction sites. The gates consist of flaps, a suspension system, and an electric control drive. The body of the gate is made in separate sections, with an outer sheathing of steel sheets. Control drives are electric and automatic, closing of which is controlled by the general fire alarm system. Additional options when buying fireproof gates wholesale could include radio remote control, motion sensors, and light signalling.
Swinging fire gates consist of gate flaps, made of steel profiles. The special precast fire rated panels are placed within a sheathing of steel, filled with materials that provide the necessary limit of fire resistance. The lock flap is equipped with a mortise cylindrical latch lock and locking device. The gates are attached to the building structure by anchor screws and mounting plates. Any mounting gaps are filled with fire rated foam, and covered with a cement-sand solution.
Fireproof gates for use in the industrial sector can be sliding, swinging, or lifting. Swing gates are capable of containing the spread of the fire for long periods of time, allowing for effective evacuation of any property. Sliding gates have the additional benefit of good insulation with energy saving properties. Sandwich panels with special fillers are used during the construction process.
Hatches and Blinds
Fire safety extras.
Fire protective hatches provide protection for gas and electricity meters, and other communications. High fire safety requirements are met, as the hatches are constructed of fire protected materials. The finishing of the hatch installation is with putty, plaster, and rolling constituents. Perimeter gaps are properly filled, making the hatch virtually invisible.
Fire blinds are made from steel sheeting with a special casings. They’re installed into the aperture, or hung from the ceiling. The bottom part of the fire blind has a cloth feature that stretches and fits tight to the floor after lowering. The silica fabric is heat treated in order to provide low thermal conductivity, and extremely high resistance to temperatures. Tubular motors lower the blinds after the alarm signal is received - blinds are raised by an operator signal. Fire door hardware suppliers may offer self-lowering and manual reeling for small sizes.